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Is technology turning mother into Big Brother?

In an age when many parents fear that their kids’ use of computers and smart phones is speeding them toward the perils of adulthood too quickly, a new branch of technology has emerged to level the playing field. Via the aid of sophisticated tracking devices, parents are now able to follow their toddler’s school buses, their teenager’s driving habits and their cell phone activity. While this

In an age when many parents fear that their kids’ use of computers and smart phones is speeding them toward the perils of adulthood too quickly, a new branch of technology has emerged to level the playing field. Via the aid of sophisticated tracking devices, parents are now able to follow their toddler’s school buses, their teenager’s driving habits and their cell phone activity. While this may provide peace of mind for many parents, the question arises as to whether this much surveillance is helping protect their children or stifle them?

Parents, do you employ such high-tech tactics to monitor your kids’ behavior? By the same token, do you feel you may be compromising their privacy by doing so? Watch the video and share your thoughts in the comment section.